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Isaiah 61:1

"The Spirit of the Sovereign LORD is on me, because the LORD has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted,to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners."

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Article of the Month

Mar 17, 2017

Culture Shock: Giving Children of Divorce Power Through Choices

Choice and the Child of Divorce For the child of divorce, it is important to allow them to make choices. Choices empower a child who feels like everything is out of their control.

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Mar 13, 2017

How long does it take a child to recover from the divorce of their parents?

The answer to this question can get complicated. Many divorcing parents think their children will get over the divorce fairly quickly. But what parents need to realize is while the adult life might go on and they will find a new partner, the children will never find another parent. The two parents will always be their parents.

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Mar 6, 2017

Top Ten Tips for Co-Parenting- Part 5

Be the Adult. Do not put your children in the place of your caretaker/counselor. Allow your children to be children.

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Krista's Blog

Mar 20, 2017

A blast from the past

Last Thursday night I did something I have not done for a very long time, something I had not done since my Jon went home (Heaven). I was not sure how it would go but there was a need so I jumped right in. Do you ever jump into something and then get smacked in the face mid stream.  Ya, well, that was me last Thursday night.

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Feb 15, 2017

WELCOME TO 2017 (Part 2)

Last month I shared some observations as we move into a new year by taking a minute and reflecting on the past year, like looking in a mirror. I would encourage you to go back and read last months newsletter or blog if you have not already done so. This month I am going to share some advice as we look into the window of new possibilities for the year 2017.

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Feb 12, 2017

How to Survive Valentines Day as a Single


By Michelle Peterson

Valentine’s Day can be one of the most brutal holidays for single people to endure. While the holiday season can be tough to endure without a partner by your side, Valentine’s Day is sure to fill your social media feeds with photos of all the happy couples in your social circle – along with, of course, the obligatory brag-fests about the expensive jewelry, dozens of roses, and delectable boxes of gourmet chocolate their loves have showered them with. If you’re going it alone for Valentine’s Day this year, here are a few ways to cope.

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Testimonials

I highly recommend Krista Smith to anyone who has suffered significant loss such as death, divorce or blended family dynamics.

- Pastor Dave Johnson

Krista has allowed her own pain and healing through divorce to be used for God’s glory and the healing of others. I have been privileged to know Krista now for over ten years and have seen her willingness to be used by God.

- Rachel Rueckert

God has truly blessed me by putting Krista in my life, and by giving me the many talks and tears Krista and I have had over the years and sound advice she has given me through my hurt and healing.

- Marcia Arlt

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